3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Buy In August 2022

laatste update: 08-2022

Looking for the best dividend stocks to buy in August 2022? Today we’ll be talking about 3 of them, which I think are great high yield dividend stocks to buy in August 2022. Not only are they super cheap dividend stocks, but they have high dividend yields! These 3 cheap dividend stocks to buy in August 2022 are AT&T (T), Walgreens-Boots Alliance (WBA), and Altria Group (MO). Let’s get into it!





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0:00​​ – Intro
1:10 – Stock #1 (T)
5:00 – Stock #2 (WBA)
7:55 – Stock #3 (MO)
9:28 – More Dividend Stock Discounts

The ideas and opinions presented in this video are meant for informational and entertainment purposes only, are not intended to serve as a recommendation to buy or sell any security in any account, and are not an offer or sale of a security. They are also not research reports and are not intended to serve as the basis for any investment decision.

29 gedachten over “3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks To Buy In August 2022”

  1. In this bear market there are many really good buys.. Already hold two of the three mentioned (T & MO) but I wanted to diversify into REITs and (maybe) another sector.. OHI looks like a good possibility because it covers dual sectors Real Estate and Health Care for the elderly. The rest of my monthly nut will be DCA'ed bringing the rest of my positions up to $150-175 each

  2. I think all 3 picks have risk, otherwise they wouldn’t be down, but with risk comes reward and I think you could do worse than hiding out in these three companies and collecting the dividends while waiting for share price appreciation and I’m also LONG run on sentences with minimal punctuation.

  3. T got to bring their debt way down. I've been looking into WHR. I'm still adding to DG but can't figure out what I want to go into next.

  4. WBA is the only I would consider among the three. I like the industry WBA is. MO i am not interested due to it been a SIN stock and i remember vividly what smoking did to a family member

  5. I own all three of these. Way down on T and WBA. 🤦🏽 I am up on MO currently but only barely. I don’t trust T and my WBA position is a full position so probably won’t be adding more.

  6. What’s your thoughts on portfolio yield by age? We have similar accounts / age yet your account is over a percent higher yield . Struggling between growth and income ideology for long term

  7. I am not a fan of ATT nor WBA, mainly due to the low CAGR and high debt of both companies. The dividends are incredible, though! For August, I plan to add a bit to my Ratheon and Texas Instruments positions. Google is also in the list, but obviously not a dividend stock — it's just too tempting since the 20-for-one split 🥳

  8. Have a full wba position. However like it’s hovering price so may add 10 more shares. BBY, MDT under 100, and CAT under 180. T is a good position for the dividend. Look at WBD… no div but deep discount. Trow earnings coming up and if a bust…will open a position under 110.

  9. Own all that you named. Sadly I'm down in price on most. Love the dividends on all and keep hoping the share prices will come back up. Getting the div eases the wait.

  10. I don't like $T or $WBA enough to buy them here, but $MO with that really high yield is worth the risk for me as well. What's your take on $INTC after their earnings miss? I'll likely just hold on and do nothing for now on it.

  11. WBA for me. I love Boots! Its probably our leading pharmacy here in Ireland. Thanks for your videos and glad you're feeling better. 🙂

  12. Thank you, Ryne, keep all the insights coming.. I am long T and believe it has a lot of potential to shock the market as it works on continued ramp up of 5G and more aggressive marketing. At the end of the day, the blessing in disguise was the merger/ roll-out even though it cut the dividend. I also think MO is a great choice as a sin stock.. though I am not sinning with it, more power to the investors who are 🤣

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